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Why I Am Always So Cold? 6 Possible Causes

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Do you find yourself shivering while everyone is comfortably toasty? Though you might just have a natural tendency to be cold, and that can be a physical problem, and women also tend to have a greater susceptibility to the cold, due to their physiology. There an underlying cause that could explain your chill, which should not be ignored.

 

6- Are you drinking enough water?

Up to 60% of the human body is water. The body needs to be correctly hydrated to efficiently set body temperature. When you are drinking enough of water, heat is trapped and slowly freed, keeping your body temperature properly set. In addition to this arrangement process, water It helps to regulate your metabolism — which creates energy and heat.

5- Could It Be Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism, a case in which the thyroid a butterfly-shaped gland in your neck is under-active, can be reasons to feeling cold all the time, banning your body from creating enough heat. Besides feeling cold, other symptoms of hypothyroidism include: Thinning hair, Dry skin, Fatigue, Constipation Weight gain.

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